Minimum Wage Raise: Blocked For Now, May Live Again In Campaigns

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President Obama was at Fort Bonifacio in Taguig, Philippines, on Tuesday, during the last leg of his four-nation tour through the Asia-Pacific region. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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In Diplomacy, Obama Aims To 'Hit Singles,' Not Swing For Fences

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Washington Levels New Sanctions At Russia, Pulls Some Punches

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Conservatives Yet To Rally Around Obamacare Replacement

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Obama Trip To Focus On Relations With Asia

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Following Enrollment Deadline, Health Care Focus Turns To States

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As Sebelius Steps Down, Obama Taps Budget Director To Replace Her

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Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius To Step Down

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Sebelius, Leader Of Rocky Health Care Rollout, Resigns From HHS

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Lilly Ledbetter speaks at the White House on Tuesday, during an event marking Equal Pay Day. President Obama announced new executive actions to strengthen enforcement of equal pay laws for women. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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White House Learns Complications Of Pay Equity Debate

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Obama's Executive Orders Take On Unequal Pay For Women

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President Obama arrives in the Rose Garden on Tuesday to trumpet 7.1 million signups under the Affordable Care Act. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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With Enrollee Goal Met, Obamacare Still Faces Political Trial

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Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor speaks to reporters at his Little Rock campaign headquarters on Feb. 28. A minimum wage increase on the ballot alongside Pryor could give Democrats more of a reason to show up on Election Day. Danny Johnston/AP hide caption

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In Arkansas, Voters May Get Chance To Raise Minimum Wage

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